texas-moody

Main Programs

ISOJ

The International Symposium on Online Journalism is an annual conference that attracts editors, producers, media executives and scholars from around the world who convene at the University of Texas at Austin to discuss the evolution of online journalism. ISOJ started in 1999 and has grown throughout the years to become a unique international conference that serves as a barometer for the state of online journalism globally. In 2020 and 2021 ISOJ was held online only because of the pandemic, but in 2022 it returned to the UT campus in a hybrid format that also allows active participation of remote attendees.

LatAm Journalism Review

A trilingual digital magazine published by the Knight Center, LatAm Journalism Review covers issues related to journalism and press freedom in Latin America and the Caribbean. For 17 years, the Knight Center has published the blog Journalism in the Americas that in June 2020 grew into this digital magazine. LJR is produced by a team of journalists in Austin, including Moody College of Communication journalism students, and contributors based in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Journalism Courses

The Knight Center's distance learning program Journalism Courses offers a variety of free or low-cost online training for journalists. The Knight Center is the world leader in massive open online courses (MOOCs) and a pioneer in the field. In 2003, the center started offering online courses for journalists and since 2012 it has served almost 300,000 students from 200 countries and territories. Our world-class online courses have helped journalists adapt to the demands of the rapidly changing media ecosystem.

Blog

Enhance your data journalism skills with new advanced Python course

Learn Python programming skills to help you discover, create, and publish data-driven investigations efficiently and effectively in a new online course from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas. “First Python Notebook: Data Analysis on Deadline” runs from May 27 to June 23, 2024.

People around a cake smiling

Nearly 1,000 people from 74 countries attended ISOJ’s 25th anniversary to discuss future of journalism

Journalists, media executives and scholars from around the world gathered online and in Austin, Texas, April 12-13, for the 25th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ). Nearly 1,000 people from 74 countries – from Afghanistan to Venezuela – attended the 25th ISOJ, hosted and organized by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas […]

Featured Image Coloquio 507 x 340

Program and speakers announced for 17th Ibero American Colloquium on Digital Journalism

Journalists from Latin America, Spain and Portugal will convene at the University of Texas at Austin on April 14, 2024, to celebrate the 17th Ibero American Colloquium on Digital Journalism. This annual event, conducted entirely in Spanish, is traditionally held following the end of ISOJ and focuses on press freedom and journalism innovation throughout Iberoamerica.

Freedom of Expression, AI and Elections

The impact of AI on elections and freedom of expression: Register now for new free online course in five languages

The rise of artificial intelligence and other new technologies presents opportunities and challenges for journalists and communicators during elections. As a record number of people worldwide prepare to go to the polls this year, the need to understand the impact of technology on democratic processes has never been more urgent. To prepare key stakeholders for […]

ISOJ panel on a computer screen

ISOJ Virtual Experience goes beyond streaming to bring the conference to you!

Can’t make it to Austin from April 12 to 13 for the 25th Anniversary of the International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ)? Don’t worry: register for the ISOJ Virtual Experience that goes beyond mere streaming to bring the essence of ISOJ directly to you – anywhere in the world! 

An innovative approach to election reporting: New free online course offers strategies and solutions for community-first coverage

In 2024, roughly half of the world’s adults will head to the polls in this super election year, putting democracy and the media’s role in the spotlight. In this significant year for elections, the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, in partnership with The Solutions Journalism Network, is proud to present a new free online […]

Subscribe to our Newsletters